Using AI to Create Inclusive Learning Experiences by Tammy Lind

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that promotes inclusive and accessible learning experiences for all learners, including those with disabilities. With the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI), there is a great potential to enhance the UDL framework and create more personalized and inclusive learning experiences for our kids. This session will explore both the concepts of UDL and AI, as we look at how educators can work together to create more accessible and inclusive learning environments. Specific AI-related resources will be shared along with ideas on integrating them into our classrooms.

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